Proudly African & Transgender: Portraits by Gabrielle Le Roux in collaboration with trans & intersex activists

Portraits and narratives of ten transgendered Africans from seven countries in East and Southern Africa by Gabrielle Le Roux in partnership with IGLHRC exhibited for the first time by Amnesty International – Amsterdam.

Zimbabwe: Amanda

Uganda: Julius

South Africa: Bongi

Burundi: Flavia

Uganda: Victor Mukasa

Namibia: Madam Jholerina

Kenya: Nicole

Uganda: Salongo

Namibia: Silva

Botswana: Skipper Mogapi

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26 thoughts on “Proudly African & Transgender: Portraits by Gabrielle Le Roux in collaboration with trans & intersex activists”

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  2. What a wonderfull exhibition – wonderfull drawing and We were very impressed by the text that goes with the drawing. What an artist you are whaauuhh, surronded by som emany gifted and great people.
    Thank you

  3. What happened to the images?

    The essays were beautiful, and I’d hoped to link to both.

    1. @D Sorry – I am having technical problems. We are in the process of sorting it out. It should be back to normal tomorrow or early Friday – please drop by again. Thanks

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  5. c'est trop beau!!!!!!!! BRAVO LES GARS!

    ALUTA CONTINUA : )

    ZOUKGIRLIE

  6. Absolutely, amazingly beautiful people. Namaste my sister-brothers and my brother-sisters.
    Dominique
    Salt Lake City, Utah

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